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Which of these have you already tried?
We’ve all been there: scrolling through our Instagram or TikTok feeds at midnight, and getting hungry seeing all the scrumptious food on our screens. Despite restrictions during the pandemic, the foodie hype lives on with influencers and common folk alike often posting
It's part of the ongoing mint chocolate food craze in South Korea.
When it comes to controversial food combinations, we’d have to say mint chocolate is definitely at the top of the list. Although lately it seems like South Koreans have taken this debate to a whole new level, seeing as they’ve managed to
A croissant + waffle = croiffle!
Move over, pancake cereal.
Pancake cereal was all the rage in the early days of the quarantine—and why not? It was a fun way to enjoy the breakfast classic in a whole new (and totally adorable!) light. Pancakes aren't the only thing you can turn into
So it's like Thai milk tea, but PINK.
If you're a fan of Thai milk tea, another drink you should know about is the pink milk, which locals call nom yen or nom chompuu. This famous refreshing drink from Thailand is commonly made with a sala syrup and milk—it's refreshing,
It's the latest quarantine food trend we’ve been craving!
Remember when sushi bake became the hottest food trend in the metro? It definitely lived up to the hype. Well, here’s another food trend that has recently emerged during quarantine that we’re equally intrigued with: Baked Samgyup. Yes, you heard that right!
Flaky, buttery goodness drenched in creamy milk? Sounds heavenly.
First, there was pancake cereal, which to be honest, was mind-blowing for a kitchen newbie like me; then donut cereal took over for a hot minute. But quarantine has proven time and time again that creativity doesn't stop just because you're forced
Watch the fascinating process here!
When we think of Japan, we can't help but be reminded of savory ramen, freshly-brewed matcha tea, and plates of sashimi. But of course, there's also one Japanese food we can't get enough of: their heavenly mochi! Made from glutinous rice cake
It's all about health and sustainability this year.
It's safe to say that keto, poke bowls, rolled ice cream, and Filipino cuisine took over 2018. Though we're just a few days into the new year, we can't help but wonder which food trends might be up next. Thankfully, a bunch